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Thursday's 4 O'clock Show Guests - 11/06/08

Jefferson Performing Arts Society Presents: Nunsense
Saturday, November 8th 7:30pm
Biloxi Saenger Theater (877) 888-JPAS


Parade of Homes
November 8th & 9th 10am - 5pm
(228) 896-7646


South Mississippi Area Health Education Center
Guest: Stacey Currey
Infant Mortality Conference
Friday, November 14th
USM Hattiesburg (601) 266-4839


Al Fresco Italian Bistro
Chefs Nick Chevalier and Chris Bach
Locations in Ocean Springs & Biloxi

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